Sea Voyager Expeditions is offering 25 percent to 35 percent savings on almost all of the September-December, 2012 departures. A 2012 Special Edition brochure, available on the company’s website, details the itineraries. The discounted fares on the 13 eight-, 11- and 12-night sailings range from $2,460 to $5,588 per person, double (normally $3,785 to $8,950) while unaccompanied single travelers guests booking a single cabin pay $3,785 to $5,195 (vs. $6,415 to $8,950). Booking deadlines for special pricing is day of voyage; offers are capacity controlled and based on stateroom availability.
All four of the specially-priced itineraries transit the Panama Canal. Included are all meals, pre-post hotels, shore tours, admission to museums and parks, tax and port fees, and transfers when the SVE air program is used.
Itineraries with savings are:
The 12-night “Pacific Wilds of Ecuador, Colombia & Panama” and its similar reverse sailing, “Last Frontier of Panama Colombia & Panama” visiting Colombia’s Malaga Bay and Gorgona Island NP and hike Panama’s Darien Jungle and Ecuador’s Cayapas-Mataje Ecological Reserve – and priced at $3,672 to $6,712;
The eight-night “Unspoiled Pacific of Panama & Costa Rica” where highlights include Las Perlas Islands and Coiba Island, from $2,567 to $4,762
The eight-night “Treasures of Costa Rica & Panama” where guests explore the Secas Islands with hikes, by Zodiac and kayak, and snorkel the secluded bays, Marenco Biological Reserve with its monkeys, toucans, parrots, manta rays, dolphins and other exotic wildlife from $2,567 to $4,762.
Accompanied by experienced naturalists and guides, guests participate as much or as little as they wish. Meals are prepared by talented chefs making use of local ingredients, freshly caught seafood and locally grown coffee.
For more information, visit www.seavoyagerexpeditions.com.